Donate now because you support sustainability education and want one-planet prosperity.
Employer Matching Gift
Double your donation with a matching gift to Global Footprint Network! Please contact your Human Resources Department to determine if your employer offers matching gifts. For more information about matching gifts or to become a matching gift company, please contact Rachel Roberts at +1 510-839-8879 x 314, or email@example.com.
Check (via Mail)
If you prefer to donate by check, please print out and complete our donation form and mail it with a check payable in US DOLLARS to:
Global Footprint Network 1528 Webster Street, Suite 11 Oakland, CA 94612 USA
To donate by phone, please call +1-510-839-8879 x 314.
You can also wire donations directly to the following accounts:
Global Footprint Network – Switzerland is a tax-exempt foundation in Switzerland.
You can pay via Swiss Postal Accounts PC – 60-37176-9
Or via Bank transfer
Post Finance Account Holder: Global Footprint Network-Switzerland Post Finance, Rue du Mont-Blanc 18, 1201 Geneva, Switzerland SWIFT/BIC: POFICHBEXXX IBAN: CH26 0900 0000 6003 7176 9
Gift of Stocks and Bonds
Giving stocks and bonds to Global Footprint Network can significantly increase our capacity to make a difference towards a sustainable world. To make your gift of stock to Global Footprint Network, the transfer information is:
Please also contact Rachel Roberts at +1 510-839-8879 x 314 or firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know that you have initiated a stock gift, so we can acknowledge you and send you the receipt letter.
Continue your legacy by including Global Footprint Network in your planned giving. This is a valuable way to ensure the long-term sustainability of our work. Planned gifts include gifts through your will, charitable gift annuities, gifts of life insurance, pooled income funds, and charitable trusts. You may use our bequest form with sample bequest language, to initiate your legacy gift. You may contact Rachel Roberts at +1 510-839-8879 x 314 or email@example.com for more information. We also recommend that you contact your attorney.